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  1. Head: Barnard Castle School headmaster Alan Stevens. Picture: Sarah CaldecottRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    With his country tweed jacket, professorial air and book-lined study Alan Stevens looks every inch the minor public school headmaster. But it might surprise outsiders how much fee-paying Barnard Castle School - opened in 1886 contributes to the local community.

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  2. Secondary school places in Berkshire: most got their first choice in West BerksRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Three out of four children in Reading compared to nine out of 10 in West Berkshire got their first choice secondary school place In Reading the number of families offered their first choice secondary school was up this year despite an overall increase in the number of applications. More than three out of four children or 78.6 per cent were allocated a place in their first-choice school in Reading - up from 74.6 per cent last year.

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  3. 80% of Bexley pupils got offered their first choice for secondary schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | News Shopper

    Year 6 pupils in Bexley should be the happiest in London today - with 80 per cent getting their first choice secondary school place. Bexley was the London borough with the highest success rate, with a further 12.8 per cent of pupils getting their second preference.

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  4. Almost all children get a place in school of choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Heraldseries.co.uk

    MORE than 90 per cent of primary school leavers in Oxfordshire will go to their first-preference secondary school this year. Oxfordshire County Council has been sending letters to the county's parents telling them whether their child had been accepted at their first-choice school.

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  5. Parents fork out A 22 million on school uniforms in WorcestershireRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette

    A report by The Children's Society has revealed the "unreasonable" figure, with an average family forking out between A 251 and A 316 annually for each child. Parents are so stretched financially across the county by the A 21,801,783 uniform bill that 16,184 children went to school in incorrect, unclean or poorly fitting uniform, according to the research.

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  6. Financial Literacy: 'MoneyIsland' teaches Stearns fifth-graders about personal financeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle

    Kids and adults alike have money on their minds, but when it comes to navigating the seas of spending, saving, sharing and investment opportunities, it can be, for some people, unchartered waters. To help make money matters a smooth sailing experience for kids, Lee Bank has brought a program called "MoneyIsland" to Stearns Elementary School, where it's being piloted by fifth-graders. 3 comments

  7. Little girl misses out on EVERY high school she applied for - just like hundreds of other childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Courtney Wells, who starts Year 7 in September, has been told she will be going to a sixth form centre previously placed in special measures and branded inadequate A girl has been told she won't be going to any of the high schools she applied for - despite one being closer to her home than the one she has been offered. Courtney Wells is one of almost 1,000 city children who have not been offered ANY of their secondary school preferences.

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  8. Pre-planning application consultation on new Moreton Hall high...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    There are just a few days left for people to air their views on a proposal to build a new secondary school at Moreton Hall in Bury St Edmunds. Plans for the high school for 11 to 16-year-olds at Lady Miriam Way follows Suffolk County Council's decision to move to a two-tier system of education for most of the region's schools.

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  9. Thousands of students offered free Shakespeare ticketsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Harrow Times

    Secondary school students from Barnet, Enfield, Harrow and Haringey have been offered free tickets to Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside to see Othello set in the First World War, specially created for 11 to 18-year-olds. An annual project from Globe Education at Shakespeare's Globe, every state secondary school in London and Birmingham is offered free tickets to see a 100-minute long Shakespeare play on the famous Globe stage.

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  10. Exams and Assessment Administrator - Hampstead - 23-24kRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | EduGeek

    Our prestigious client UCS is a leading London Independent school achieving academic excellence whilst providing students with an outstanding education. We are currently recruiting for an Exams and Assessment Administrator to support the SIMS Data Manager in the Upper School.

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  11. Virginia lawmakers say bake sale ban takes the cakeRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | CBC News

    U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama helped implement new federal school nutrition rules, but Virginia's legislature recently acted to get around those rules so that bake sales can more easily be held on school grounds to raise funds. so fed up - so to speak - with school nutrition rules preventing the sale of sugary, fatty treats that they embarked on what turned out to be a controversial mission: bringing back bake sales.

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  12. Call for councils to be able to open new schoolsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. LEEDS CITY Council said it was working on a series of school expansions to cope with demand for places after the latest application figures showed a big increase.

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  13. Derrick Fellowes and Dr Philip Gibbs, of Residents Against Inappropriate DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Halstead Gazette

    BASILDON schools would be swamped if up to 6,000 homes were built on green belt to form a garden suburb. Children living in the proposed Dunton Garden Suburb, between West Horndon and Laindon, would have to be taught in schools in either central Basildon or Brentwood, Essex County Council said.

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  14. Emwazi's mother recognised son in videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Ghaneya Emwazi, 47, screamed on recognising her 26-year-old son as the knife-wielding fanatic in the horrific Islamic State propaganda film. She confirmed he was the IS chief executioner when she and her husband Jasem, 51, were questioned by the Kuwaiti security services on Sunday.

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  15. 6,000 new homes 'would swamp Basildon schools'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Maldonandburnham Standard

    BASILDON schools would be swamped if up to 6,000 homes were built on green belt to form a garden suburb. Children living in the proposed Dunton Garden Suburb, between West Horndon and Laindon, would have to be taught in schools in either central Basildon or Brentwood, Essex County Council said.

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  16. Are Prestigious Private Colleges Worth the Cost?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., is one the schools that appeals to Levi Bisonn, a high-school senior from Washington state. Cost will weigh heavily in his final choice of school, Mr. Bisonn says, but so will "clout."

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  17. Pupils call for cut in household wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Staffordshire

    At least 10 schools across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire have signed up to the campaign, coordinated by EDF Energy as part of its Pod education programme. It follows research by the charity Wrap, which has estimated that food accounts for almost half of the waste produced by primary schools, and almost a third of the waste from secondary schools.

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  18. Peralta driving range to close; tenants to stayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wave

    The driving range at Super Sports Golf & Recreation Center in Orange uses the former site of Peralta Junior High School, and the land is leased from the Orange Unified School District. The lease ends March 31. After two years of wrangling over the fate of the former Peralta Junior High School site, the driving range and sports complex will shutter, but the school and soccer and tennis programs will remain.

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  19. Oral Tracey: Student-athlete discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    In what was tantamount to a grand waste of the Parliament's time, the contentious issue of the transfer of student athletes within the Jamaican high-school system was foisted back into the spotlight courtesy of the recent presentation of what was said to be a policy framework to chart the way forward by the minister of education, Ronald Thwaites. The minister basically reinforced the existing transfer regulations put in place by the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association , with the only variations being the proposed setting up of a clearing house by ISSA and the mandatory requirement that the education ministry approves all student-athlete transfers.

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  20. Budget Focus: Schools to get more roomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    Bruce Campbell, puts a fresh coat of paint at the entrance at Vauxhall High School in East Kingston in 2009. The institution is one of nine schools to be expanded to ease overcrowding.

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